2004 Six Famous Tea Mountains "Organic Ban Zhang" Raw

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2004 Six Famous Tea Mountains “Organic Ban Zhang” Raw 357g
The earliest, most pure and lowest batch quantity Ban Zhang pu-erh tea cake that Six Famous Tea Mountain ever produced. Made entirely from spring flush Ban Zhang tea. This 6FTM production is also certified organic. Just 1000 kilograms in total produced.

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I was feeling in need of a perk-up earlier, so I decided to pull out one of the many YS Sheng samples I haven’t tried yet. The dry leaf is predominantly in shades of gray (50? no not quite, heh), with strands of beige & olive, & an aged but sweet hay aroma.
Warming the leaf brings out a sweet creamy barley shroom soup essence…hmmm…!

I’ve been through several steepings, but I can tell there are still quite a few to go.
This starts out with a very appealing taste that I can’t quite pinpoint. It’s fruity & sweet. It kind of reminds me of fruit loops a little bit, ha! In fact, for a moment I was afarid that my cast iron kettle, which I had combined a few steeps in, was contaminate by somebody brewing some flavored blasphemy in it, so I poured a few steeps directly from my yixing into a cup, & the taste continued down the sweet & fruity path! Yay!
A little tart, definitely sweet, a little floral…I’m really enjoying it, & would sit here & continue to steep it out, but I’ve got somewhere to go.
I’ll take this back up tomorrow…

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